Background: Osteoclasts, the key differentiated cells mainly responsible for bone resorption, are sensitive to mechanical strain. However, the effect of mechanical strain on osteoclasts apoptosis is poorly understood. Objectives: To investigate the effects of mechanical strain on pre-osteoclast apoptosis in vitro. Methods: After treatment with osteoclast-inductive medium, the pre-osteoclastic RAW264.7 cells were subjected to mechanical strains of physiological 2500 micro strain... Topics: Mechanical Strain, Osteoclast, Apoptosis, Mitochondria, Cytochrome C
Welcome to the ninety-fourth episode of the Short Science Podcast! Join Elizabeth Hauke for all the very best science in brief! We'll be taking a look at the very best science headlines from the week in the Short Science News in Brief. In our capsules this week, we'll be looking at the battery. What is a battery made of and how does it work? What are the differences in different types of battery? Is there a battery type structure within the human body? We'll also be asnwering some listener... Topics: Short Science, Elizabeth Hauke, Batteries, Lithium Ion, Rechargeable, Mitochondria
Take a look at the power plant that's inside almost all living organisms with complex cell structures. This animated series of short videos acts as a video glossary to define specific scientific terms or concepts in a fun, easy to understand way. In each episode you'll learn what it is, why researchers study it, and what it might be used for. The content of each episode will be appropriate for all age groups, although some concepts may be high-school level science. Topics: National Science Foundation, mitochondria, cells, energy, cristae, ATP, DNA
An experimental aerodynamic wind tunnel investigation was conducted employing a 0.00325 scale model of the McDonnell-Douglas space shuttle orbiter configuration. This investigation was conducted in the NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center 14- by 14- inch trisonic wind tunnel. The investigation was to determine the aerodynamic characteristics of the orbiter over the Mach number range of 0.4 to 5.0, an angle of attack variation from -4 degrees to 50 degrees, and -6 degrees to 9 degrees angle of... Topics: BIOCHEMISTRY, CYTOLOGY, GLYCOLYSIS, MITOCHONDRIA, PATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS, AEROBIOLOGY, GLUCOSE, TUMORS
The Solar system beyond Neptune is believed to house a population of small primordial bodies left over from the planet formation process. The region up to heliocentric distance -50 AU (a.k.a. the Kuiper Belt) may be the source of the observed short-period comets. In this region, the phase space structure near orbital resonances with Neptune is of special interest for the long-term stability of orbits. There is reason to believe that a significant fraction (perhaps most) of the Kuiper Belt... Topics: MAGNESIUM, RESPIRATION, LIVER, MITOCHONDRIA, RATS, HAMSTERS, SENSITIVITY, TEMPERATURE EFFECTS
byBowyer, C. S.; Werthimer, D.; Donnelly, C.; Herrick, W.; Lampton, M
Over the past 30 years, interest in extraterrestrial intelligence has progressed from philosophical discussion to rigorous scientific endeavors attempting to make contact. Since it is impossible to assess the probability of success and the amount of telescope time needed for detection, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Projects are plagued with the problem of attaining the large amounts of time needed on the world's precious few large radio telescopes. To circumvent this problem,... Topics: BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, MITOCHONDRIA, PROTEINS, EUKARYOTES, LOCOMOTION, MARINE BIOLOGY,...
Full Title: "The Mitochondria's Dream" Artists: Various Track List Night Ride Beyond (Extended Mix) - 7:15 Something's Wrong (ErrorCell Original) - 7:44 Voyage Beyond the Sky (Destiny Original Mix) - 5:15 Solar Storm (Garageband Remix) - 4:27 Solar Storm [2006 Reconstruction] - 7:42 Groundbase (Original Mix) - 4:00 Airborne (ErrorCell Remix) - 3:06 There is Only One Sky [remix] - 3:25 One Way Road (Origin Mix) - 2:02 Email your Love [ErrorCell Mix] - 4:25 Slow Techno (ErrorCell Remix)... Topics: Dance, trance, techno, remix, mixes, singles, original mixes, ErrorCell, Mitochondria, modern music
We interview top scientists on their latest research and new developments in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries. Topics: Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Cardiovascular Disease, clinical research, clinical trials, Diabetes,...
Washington university has found a high correlation between restless legs syndrome and a while bunch of diseases. What have they managed to glean from that? Tune in to get the low down on this important update. Particularly relevant if you are having trouble sleeping. Topics: health, wellness, self improvement, nutrition, medicine, nutritional medicine, exercise, positive...
byHagyard, M. J.; Venkatakrishnan, P.; Smith, J. B., Jr
The relation between the degree of nonpotentiality of photospheric magnetic fields and the occurrence of gamma ray flares is examined. The parameter delta phi (magnetic shear) and the strength of the magnetic field intensity are used as measures of the degree of nonpotentiality, where delta phi is defined as the angular difference between the observed direction of the transverse component of the photospheric field and the direction of the potential field prescribed by the distribution of... Topics: AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS, NERVES, PHYSICAL EXERCISE, RATS, SPACE FLIGHT, ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE,...
Learn How Nutrition and Functional Neurology Can Help Conditions Such as Memory Loss, Alzheimer's Disease and Parkinson's Disease. Kirk Hamilton interviews Dr. Eric Hassid, M.D. founder and medical director of the Institute for Restorative Health. Dr. Hassid received his medical degree from George Washington University; completed his neurology residency with the United States Army; and a rehabilitation neurology fellowship at UCLA. Dr. Hassid has extensive continuing education in the area of... Topics: Staying Healthy Today Show, Kirk Hamilton PA-C, Eric Hassid MD, Functional Neurology, Functional... Source: http://prescription2000.com/
E-Cat, bionic bugs and 3 parents Larissa Savvas report on the prospect of having 3 parents, Therese Chen reports on the suggestion of introducing megafauna to Australia, Julie-Anne Popple reports on Cybernetics in the service of insect spies and augmenting people, Ian Woolf interviews Ian Bryce about his Skeptical inquiries into Rossi's E-Cat power generator. Produced and presented by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, 2SER, mitochondria, parent, gene, zygote, biology, environment, Australia,...
Paul Giem on Molecular Clocks 5-2-2015A recent article argues that molecular clocks are too fast. This contrasts with claims that the Cambrian molecular clocks are too fast. On the other hand, clocks calibrated by real time (as opposed to evolutionary theory) seem to work well. This has implications for, among other things, the age of humans.1. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/12/141202103600.htm2. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/nph.13114/epdf3. Meyer SC, 2013. Darwin's... Topics: Second, Look, Seminars, Faith, Science, Loma, Linda, University, Church, CA, California,...